Why Augmentative Biological Control Holds Promise for Advancing Agriculture in Developing Countries

Parasitoid wasps in the genus Trichgramma are often used in augmentative biological control efforts to manage crop pests. Here, a female Trichogramma dendroliti wasp lays an egg of its own inside an armyworm egg. (Photo by Victor Fursov, Ph.D., CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

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Parasitoid wasps in the genus Trichgramma are often used in augmentative biological control efforts to manage crop pests. Here, a female Trichogramma dendroliti wasp lays an egg of its own…

Source: Entomology Today

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